ANZAC Park North Sydney - Memorial Grove



A grove of trees with plaques supporting the North Sydney War Memorial Each plaque within the parkland associates a tree species with the sacrifices made by Australian servicemen and women - in various theatres - during World War Two.




These groves of trees were planted in August 1995 to pay tribute to all who endured World War II - not only those who made the ultimate sacrifice but also those who kept the home front running.

Australians fought around the world with action seen in four major 'theatres';

The Asian Pacific region, The Middle East, Northern Africa and Europe.

Enter and reflect; what would Australia be like were it not for the brave efforts of so many?

Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum) The Japanese forces planned to invade the entire Asian Pacific region. Over 17,200 Australians died defending this.

Edible Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera) An economically important Native of the Middle East region. Over 600 Australians died in battle in this area.

Italian Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens) In modern times, this native of Southern Europe is readily associated with death and burial. Over 5,300 Australians died in European battles.

Cammeray NSW 2062
Location/surrounding area
Memorial Location
Recorded by
Mr Rusty Priest AM, former RSL State President (NSW Branch) and Ms Jane Williamson

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